Compact, Low pressure
Snow Maker.

Makes Real Snow !

Product Specifications:

      • Dimensions: 13"x 4"x 1.25".

  • Weight: 1 lb. 3 oz.

  • Normal Operating Pressure: 40 -150 PSI (water and air).

  • Normal Operating Temperature: 39° F max, at 10% Humidity (See temperature chart).

  • Water Consumption: Approx. 0.2 Gal / Min. @ 60 PSI (water and air).

  • Can produce up to 2 inches per hour, over 625 square feet.


  • Snow Making machine.

  • Temperature Charts.

  • Instructions for making snow.

Requirements for operation:

  • Air Compressor with a minimum rating of 3 CFM @ 90 PSI.

  • Air hose (with 1/4 inch Industrial Style, Quick Connect fitting).

  • Garden Hose.

  • Cold Weather.

  • Tap water, at 40-60 PSI.

  • No pressure washer required. Great for use in marginal snowmaking weather,
    where you might not be able to make snow with a pressure washer design.

How the Snowmaker works:

  • Works by mixing low pressure water and compressed air. When air is allowed to rapidly expand,
    there is a sudden decrease in temperature (known as the Joule-Thomson Effect). The conditions at
    the nozzle are such that the mist is able to immediately freeze, resulting in snow.

Operating the Snowmaker:

  • First step is to check if the weather conditions are right for snowmaking.

  • You will need to attach your Snowmaker to something secure (like a tripod, ladder, etc).

  • Connect your garden hose to a water spigot and to the garden hose connection on your snowmaker.

  • Connect the air hose from your compressor to the snowmaker using the quick connect fitting.

  • Close the ball valve on the snowmaker and turn on your compressor.

  • You should now have just air coming out of the nozzle.

  • Open the water slowly until you have a steady spray of water and air coming out the nozzle.
    Adjust the ball valve to get the steadiest stream possible.

  • If the weather conditions are right for snowmaking, you should now be making snow!


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